Arnold Ahlert


Arnold was an op-ed columist with the NY Post for eight years, currently writing for and Arnold can be reached at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Poisoning Afghan Schoolgirls

- Sep 2, 2015

On Monday, as many as 126 teachers, schoolgirls and kindergartners were poisoned at the Habibul Mustafa School in Afghanistan’s western Herat province. Herat provincial hospital spokesman Muhammad Rafiq Sherzai revealed some of the victims were vomiting and some were unconscious when they were admitted, but that they were all in stable condition. “A health team has been sent to the area for investigations,” he added. Herat police spokesman Abdul Raouf Ahmadi said police have initiated an investigation, but no arrests have been made at this point. And while no group has claimed responsibility for the incident, the Taliban have a despicable track record of targeting school girls.

A 2001 State Department report titled “The Taliban’s War Against Women” reveals that the “assault on the status of women” began immediately after the group’s takeover of Kabul in 1996, following 20 years of civil war. The women’s university was closed, nearly every woman was forced to quit her job, access to medical care was restricted, and a restrictive dress code was brutally enforced. As many as 50,000 women who had worked as teachers, doctors, nurses, and clerical workers, because they had lost male relatives and husbands during the long civil war, were reduced to begging on the streets (or worse) to support their families. The Taliban also precipitated a campaign of violence against women that included rape, abduction, and forced marriage.

Dems Officially Endorse Anti-Cop BlackLivesMatter Movement

- Sep 2, 2015

The Democratic National Committee has officially endorsed the increasingly violent Black Lives Matter movement whose paranoid radical left-wing members accuse police nationwide of systemic anti-black racism and brutality against black suspects.

Throwing their lot in with black racists and radical Black Power militants who have openly expressed support for the murder of police officers, Democrats embraced a statement that slams the U.S. for allegedly systemic police violence against African-Americans. The statement is not extreme enough for the Black Lives Matter movement whose leaders quickly rejected it. Last month members of the movement unveiled a list of policy proposals they claim will help to bring about “a world where the police don’t kill people.”

Trump’s AD Era forcing Obama off the front page

- Sep 2, 2015

It’s September 2015, in the newly unfurled AD era, AD meaning ‘After Donald’.

Some are now noticing that when Donald Trump kicked off his campaign as a new kind of 2016 GOP presidential hopeful, he kicked President Barack Obama off the front page.

Trump’s Best Ally–the Liberal Media

- Sep 2, 2015

Many people have been surprised by Donald Trump’s domination of media election coverage.  Compared to other top tier candidates, he spends little on advertising, yet he’s mentioned in almost every story on the campaign, and he has rocketed to the top of the GOP field.  How is this possible?  Thank the mainstream media.

Media Nervous Over Hillary Sting Videos

- Sep 2, 2015

You know an event is potentially damaging to Hillary Clinton or other top Democrats when Dana Milbank of The Washington Post shows up. Hence, Milbank’s attendance at Tuesday’s James O’Keefe news conference on Clinton campaign violations of federal election law was an indication that the Democrats are concerned. This time, despite video evidence of top staffers for Hillary accepting cash from a known foreign national, most of the media reaction was vintage Milbank. “Is this a joke?” the media wanted to know.

In fairness, Milbank’s questions seemed mild, when compared to some of the other media reactions.

The Truth About Congressional Pro-Israel Theater

- Sep 2, 2015

Here is how the pro-Israel theater works.

Every other country has its American embassy in its capital. Except Israel. Every few years, Congress would bring up a bill or a resolution calling or even mandating that the embassy be moved to Jerusalem. Even politicians not known for their great love of the Jewish State would vote for it.

VIDEO: James O’Keefe catches Hillary’s staff breaking campaign laws

- Sep 2, 2015

In one sense, what you’re about to see is as classic Clinton as it gets. You know the law, but you come up with a kinda sorta technical way to skirt it while still being able to claim you “techically” stayed within in. And at any rate, you figure, it’s small potatoes and no one will care anyway. Let those silly Republicans try to make an issue of this, you figure, and you’ll score far more point beating them up for being silly than they’ll ever score pointing out that you broke the law.

Cutting Back On Drugs Cured a Retired Minister

- Sep 1, 2015

What’s the response that shocks me most during my many speaking tours?  It’s the huge combination of drugs swallowed by many North Americans. Equally amazing, most people have no idea why they’re taking them. Over-medication is dangerous. It also results in staggering costs for the health care system. So can North Americans cut back on drugs? And what non-medication cured an ailing retired minister?

California Committee Passes Dangerous Bill Legalizing Virtually Unlimited Assisted Suicide

- Sep 1, 2015

A California legislative committee approved a bill today that would legalize assisted suicide with virtually no limits. The measure received approval from the Public Health and Developmental Services Committee on a 10-2 vote with one lawmaker absent.

Obama Climate Agenda Banks on Wishful Wind Growth

- Sep 1, 2015

President Obama recently announced the final version of his so-called “Clean Power Plan,” which requires states to slash carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants. This regulation is the centerpiece of the president’s “climate action plan,” which is designed to eliminate the use of coal—and eventually, natural gas. To work toward the president’s climate agenda, the administration projects the U.S. will add massive amounts of wind and solar energy over the coming decades. In fact, the EPA mandates subsidized wind developers to add more electrical capacity to the grid in eight years than the industry did in the previous 118 years.

At U of Tennessee: Goodbye he and she, hello ‘ze’

- Sep 1, 2015

If you want to find some sort of silver lining in the cloud of America’s exploding cultural insanity, consider: The sort of stuff that conservative cartoonists would five years ago have depicted liberals doing, they’re now doing for real. Speech codes have actually been around for awhile, but it was only a matter of time before they took aim at specific outrages that offend their widdle sensibiwiddies, like the use of pronouns that oppressively acknowledge there is a distinction to be made between males and females.

China and Russia are using hacked data to target U.S. spies, officials say

- Sep 1, 2015

Foreign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressively aggregating and cross-indexing hacked U.S. computer databases — including security clearance applications, airline records and medical insurance forms — to identify U.S. intelligence officers and agents, U.S. officials said.

No to the Iran Nuke Deal!

- Sep 1, 2015

Disastrous Deal.

Renegade server

- Sep 1, 2015

If a private server was used exclusively by Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State, but no classified or top secret communication was ever transmitted through it as she claims, how did she communicate any classified and top secret material? Was she not privy to any of it?

Mark Levin Named Editor-In-Chief at Conservative Review

- Sep 1, 2015

The website Conservative Review has named one of America’s most influential talk radio personalities, Mark Levin, as the online publication’s new editor-in chief.

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